It’s been 20 years since J.K. Rowling blessed us with the Harry Potter series, but the magic keeps on coming (we’ve gotten Cursed Child and Fantastic Beasts since we thought the series ended). Both brand-new fans and the loyal Potterheads who stuck with Harry until the very end will appreciate these thoughtful gifts, whether it's for Christmas, a birthday, or just because.
No, this palette doesn't come with a built-in spell that gives her a perfect smokey eye fit for the Yule Ball, but with sparkling shades like "Broomstick" and "Sorcerer" her finished look will still be magical.
Only the most dedicated Harry Potter fans will know which Hogwarts professor is famous for this quote. (If they're stumped, it's Albus Dumbledore.)
With 16 pages of full-color art from the movies, this coloring book is the perfect way for her to keep her hands busy during her next movie marathon.
Any beauty lover knows that makeup wands are just as important as regular wands. But not even Harry's phoenix feather core can offer up a flawless blend like these compact bristles.
A sock gave Dobby his freedom, but it's fine to admit this cozy pair will just keep your toes warm.
Kids and adults alike won't be able to resist building out their own version of Hogwarts. This set builds out the Whomping Willow scene in The Chamber of Secrets, but once you finish, there are even more .
This soy candle, though it appears white, reveals your house colors when burned. If your witch or wizard already knows their house, you can choose the color when purchasing, but for the true Sorting experience, pick the "Sort Me" option.
$12 and up
Alex and Ani's entire Harry Potter collection is complete with 40 pieces of magical jewelry. Dainty yet iconic motifs like Harry's glasses, the golden Snitch, and the Deathly Hallows symbol are featured on the sterling silver and 14-karat, gold-plated rings, necklaces, bracelets, and pins.
At first glance, Muggles will simply think this painting is a replica of Van Gogh's "Starry Night." It's actually a gorgeous interpretation of the Hogwarts castle in his signature style. Although it doesn't come with the frame, the sizes are listed on the drop-down menu so you can purchase one on Amazon.
As any Potterhead knows, this year marks the 20th anniversary of the Harry Potter books. If the pages are nearly falling out of their copies (from re-reading so many times!) gift them a special edition boxed set. The best part? They feature brand-new covers (designed by Brian Selznick) that display a black-and-white mural when put side-by-side.
This souvenir pint glass is perfect for your favorite brew (Muggle beer or Butterbeer, your choice!). The designs, which are etched into the glass, are inspired by a favorite pub in the Harry Potter world: The Three Broomsticks in Hogsmeade.
Most people have dropped their phone on their face while laying in bed at night. These handy buttons attach to the back of your phone, making it so much easier to hold onto. They come in four different designs — one for each house!
It's so easy to get a custom-made wizard illustration that resembles you and your favorite Harry Potter fan. Just provide a photo, specify a few details (like eye color, name, house, etc.), and your design will be emailed to you (read: it's not a physical copy) in less than five business days. You can get anywhere from one to six people, so family portraits are even an option. And yes, they can illustrate your cats and dogs, too!
Harry Potter lovers tend to cherish their books and plan to keep them forever. These handmade bookends make it easy for them to proudly display their copies. They come in seven different colors and the even takes custom orders, so there are plenty of options to go with any room or theme.
You don't need magic to make all of the fantastic treats featured in the books and movies. This expanded version of the best-selling cookbook includes over 150 recipes, including one for Butterbeer. Reviewers raved about how thorough it is, noting that each recipe mentions what book and chapter the recipes are from.
This super soft throw blanket has a sophisticated design of the Hogwarts map, making it perfect for adults who want a simple touch of Harry Potter in their house. They're made of sherpa fleece and come in three different sizes, so they're perfect for cozy nights on the couch — Harry Potter movie marathon, anyone?
This vintage-looking throw may be the #1 best seller in kid's blankets, but plenty of reviewers opted to use theirs as wall tapestries or area rugs instead. It comes in seven different Harry Potter designs, but the Marauder's Map is our favorite. (And it's Amazon's Choice, too!)
This vinyl sticker adhere to most surfaces, but it's the most fun if you stick it underneath a toilet seat lid. Just imagine all of your guests wondering what it means!
These handmade wire ornaments add a simple, modern touch of Harry Potter to any Christmas tree. They're made to order, so be sure to snatch one early! You can even customize the colors of the Deathly Hallows and the word "always."
Kids will feel like real witches and wizards walking around with these notebooks — they're on the Hogwarts' school supplies list, after all! Not everyone knows all their spells by heart, so thankfully they can keep track of 'em all here.
These pajama sets come in all sizes, so both kids and adults can get a good night's sleep. The tops and bottoms have a matching pattern of maroon, blue, and white stripes featuring signature Harry Potter designs, like the Hogwarts crest and Harry's glasses and scar.
Harry catching the Golden Snitch is the reason Gryffindor won so many Quidditch games. The wings on this keychain even move a little, giving the appearance that the Snitch can actually fly. Plus, the little golden globe will make it so much easier to find your keys at the bottom of your purse.
If you know a Harry Potter lover who's turning 11 any time soon, this should be their gift. The set includes everything they'll need for their first year at Hogwarts: a personalized acceptance letter, an envelope with a wax seal, and a list of required school supplies, along with tickets for the Hogwarts Express and the Knight Bus.
Not only will this charming board remind you of the first time Hermione used the unlocking spell (when she tried to hide in the third-floor corridor!), but it'll also be a safe place to keep your keys. Place it near the front door and you'll never misplace them again.
Espresso Patronum: The made-up spell that provides an endless supply of coffee (if only!). Potterheads have been joking about this version of the Patronus charm for a while, but the gold accents on this mug will make drinking your cup of joe so much more fun.
This quill even comes with ink, so you can actually write with it just like Harry and his friends. You can even leave it on display thanks to the box with a picture of Hedwig flying over the wizarding world.
These Quidditch-themed pillow covers add the perfect hint of Harry Potter to your loved one's room. They're 16x16 and you can either use your own throw pillows or choose the option that includes inserts.
This necklace is a perfect gift for anyone juggling a bunch of responsibilities. In the Prisoner of Azkaban, Hermione uses a time turner (gifted to her by Professor McGonagall) to double-book her schedule and take extra classes. This replica comes in a display box, so when it's not around their neck, they can proudly show it off and keep it safe.
This Deathly Hallows poster looks like it could be an old rock band's poster, which just makes it even cooler. It mentions the Tale of the Three Brothers, the three Deathly Hallows (The Elder Wand, The Resurrection Stone, and the Invisibility Cloak), and their meanings.
$59 and up
Even though these are all meaningful gifts, maybe your Potterhead is more into experiences. Heading to Orlando for the Wizarding World of Harry Potter or to London for the studio tour might break the budget. Luckily, there’s this concert series that travels around to different cities, where an orchestra plays live music along to a showing of the movie.